Definition of Bathmisms

1. bathmism [n] - See also: bathmism



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bathmisms

bathing hut
bathing machine
bathing machines
bathing suit
bathing suits
bathing trunks
bathing tub
bathings
bathless
bathlike
bathmat
bathmats
bathmic
bathmism
bathmisms (current term)
bathmotropic
batho-
bathochromic
bathocuproine
bathoflore
batholite
batholith
batholithic
batholiths
batholitic
bathometer
bathometers
bathophenanthroline
bathophobia

Literary usage of Bathmisms

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1. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1896)
"bathmisms are further subdivided according as they are influenced by the interference of energies which are derived from sources external to the germ plasma ..."

2. The Primary Factors of Organic Evolution by Edward Drinker Cope (1904)
"The innumerable structures which are due to the activity of bathmisms may be supposed to result from the composition of the inherited form with energies ..."

3. Life and the Conditions of Survival: The Physical Basis of Ethics, Sociology by Brooklyn Ethical Association (1895)
"The innumerable structures which are due to the activity of bathmisms may be supposed to result from the composition of the inherited form with energies ..."

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